Domino Query Language @ Engage 

By Tim Davis | 5/22/19 2:49 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

This is my session given at Engage 2019 in Brussels last week. "In this session, Tim Davis (Technical Director at The Turtle Partnership Ltd) takes you through the new Domino Query Language (DQL), how it works, and how to use it in LotusScript, in Java, and in the new domino-db Node.js module."

Modernising Domino Applications: Technical Dive 

By Paul Withers | 5/20/19 9:19 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Last week I did a session on modernising Domino and XPages applications. Filling an hour seemed daunting when the session was accepted. So I went to the Oxford English Dictionary definition of modernisation: The process of adapting something to modern needs or habits

My Slides From Engage 2019 - De04. Java With Domino After XPages 

By Jesse Gallagher | 5/20/19 8:36 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Engage 2019 has come and gone, and I had an excellent time. I also quite enjoyed presenting my "group therapy" session on some options that XPages developers have for the future. In a lot of ways, it was similar to my presentation at CollabSphere last year, mixed with the various new developments I've talked about on here since then

Engage 2019 Summary 

By Paul Withers | 5/19/19 7:31 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Historically Engage has been shortly after a major conference in US, so it’s been an opportunity to catch up on sessions missed there. This year it followed the Factory Tour by a few months. Unfortunately for me, most of the key products sessions conflicted with sessions I was delivering or preparation.

Impressions from Engage 2019 

By Heiko Voigt | 5/17/19 7:38 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Wow, these were three great days ! This has been my 2nd Engage Conference that i attended, the first one as a speaker. Theo Heselmans really outdid himself again this year by finding a cool venue (Autoworld Brussels) and topping it off with perfect logistics like always.

Engage 2019: The good, the bad and the ugly: a not so objective view on front end development 

By Frank van der Linden | 5/16/19 3:35 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

This week was Engage 2019 in Autoworld in Brussels. Theo Heselmans and crew did an amazing job, again, in a stunning venue. I was privileged to be speaking again. I was really surprised to have a full room. I enjoyed it very much to deliver my opinion on the current most populair front end frameworks, VueJS, React and Angular.

OpenNTF at Engage 

By OpenNTF | 5/3/19 7:02 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

It‘s probably fitting thatI’m writing a blog post about Engage sat in a coffee shop, on my iPad, using Domino Mobile Apps. The last year has brought the product a long way and one of the most significant new projects has been Theo Heselmans’ Wine App. Admittedly the OpenNTF Blog database is unchanged from the desktop version, but it’s probably only going to be seen by a handful of people, so investment is less beneficial.

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 3) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 5/2/19 4:25 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Our journey in the setup and use of node.js with Domino 10 continues here. If you missed the previous articles you can find them here: part 1 and part 2 . I suggest you to read it before continuing as the first points are necessary to start creating the environment. This article starts from point five. (This article is the third of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything) 5. The node.js code ....

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 2) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 4/30/19 9:50 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Our journey in the setup and use of node.js with Domino 10 continues here. If you missed the first part you can find it here. I suggest you to read it before continuing as the first two points are necessary to start creating the environment. This article starts from point three. (This article is the second of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything)

Domino and node.js: first steps (part 1) 

By Fabio Di Paola | 4/29/19 9:51 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Matteo Bisi

Configuring node.js and using it with Domino: here are the first steps and how to do it from scratch. (This article is the first of a series, we will update the links as we proceed to publish everything) With the release of the latest version of Domino and the AppDevPack for both Linux and Windows, it is now possible to start working on the integration between node.js and Domino. So we started to do this and here we publish the steps taken and some suggestions on how to proceed. The following documentation refers to the installation on a Windows server and, for simplicity, we assume that node.js is installed on the same machine where Domino is installed. All the version numbers are referred to April 2019 , when this doc has been published. We also assume that you’ve already downloaded the AppDevPack 1.0.1 that includes the files for Windows.